Posted on January 28, 2012 by Bob Berwyn
Powder at A-Basin! PHOTO COURTESY CSCUSA/A-BASIN.
SUMMIT COUNTY — After a slow start to the season, snow is piling up in Colorado, where many ski areas have seen up 3 feet of snow fall in the past week or so. Vail, for example, is reporting 28 inches in the past seven days. Copper Mountain reported 26 inches in that same span and has picked up 4 feet of snow in January, with 101 inches of snow for the season. Get the full CSCUSA snow report here.
Powder bumps on Pali. PHOTO BY BOB BERWYN.
A-Basin is now reporting a 42-inch base and may open some of the terrain off the famed Pali chair this weekend, according to Al’s Blog.
Snorkel-deep at Loveland. PHOTO COURTESY CSCUSA/DUSTIN SCHAEER.
Classic Colorado powder at Steamboat. PHOTO COURTESY CSCUSA/LARRY PIERCE.
Aspen Highlands. PHOTO BY BOB BERWYN.
The view from the top of Monarch Mountain. PHOTO BY BOB BERWYN.
Freshies in Telluride. PHOTO COURTESY CSCUSA.
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